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Consumer and Energy Law in 1994 and Beyond

By The National Consumer Law Center

This article covers several recent developments of interest to consumers' advocates, including the ongoing process to revise the UCC, case law finding that rent-to-own contracts are credit sales, Department of Education regulations allowing students at certain closed schools to obtain discharges of their student loans, amendments to the Truth in Lending Act, the impact of environmental cleanup legislation on utility rates, and the trend toward deregulation of telephone and electric utilities.

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